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Sultan the Pit Pony is a breathtaking 200-meter-long raised-earth sculpture in Parc Penalta, South Wales. This sculpture, created by Wales-based artist Mick Petts, is the largest earth sculpture in United Kingdom. It has become a significant visitor destination, with paths and scenic viewpoints offering beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.
It all began in 1996, when Petts was commissioned to design a landform to shelter the events area of Parc Penallta from prevailing winds. It took 3 years and 60,000 tons of coal shale to construct this landform, which symbolizes the final release of the pit ponies used in the local mining industry.
Pit ponies were used by the local mining industry for two centuries to haul tubs of coal. The last animal-miner retired in 1999. As soon as the sculpture was completed, locals nicknamed it “Sultan” after a prize-winning pony from Penallta Pit.
Whether you think soldiers are upstanding heroes or jack-booted thugs, few of us actually take the time to consider the people behind those imposing uniforms. Photographer Devin Mitchell, however, created a touching photo project called “The Soldier Art Project” that examines what lies on the other side of the uniform.
Using Photoshop, Mitchell has created images of uniformed servicemen and women whose mirrored reflections reveal who they are – and vice versae.
“The military community has expressed their interest in using my art to communicate how many of them feel to be living double lives while serving in the military,” Mitchell told Mic. “People who have never served have shown interest in knowing more about the diversified aspects of what causes veterans to feel that way.”
He created this series in while leave a society, people, friends and the family. A few day for learn myself, he found signature style in photograph’s him also he found to very liked the nature.
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Remember our post about playful interactive cloud photos? This time we present you another great cloud afficionado – German visual artist Markus Einspannier. Markus has a peculiar passion for clouds, which he whimsically expresses by adding interpretations to his Polaroids or simply jumping straight into the frame. His playful perspective tricks make it seem like he’s touching the sky.
“My parents kept asking me why I always gaze up into the sky and what do I see there,” recalls Einspannier, whose developing passion for clouds was encouraged by his parents’ gift on his 13th birthday – a Polaroid camera, which he promptly started pointing towards the sky.
Why are these animals in cups? I don’t really know. But what I do know is that putting these already adorable animals into cups makes them mind-numbingly insanely cute, so here you go: the best list of animals in cups that the Bored Panda community could find!
If you’ve ever had the wonderful opportunity to place a kitten, puppy or other adorable animal into a cup and photograph it, we’d love to see that photo in this list. And vote for your favorite cup animals as well!
My name is Marcin Kesek and I am a 27-year-old photographer from a little village in southern Poland called Gronkow. I live in a very beautiful place near the Tatra Mountains, Pieniny and Gorce. A few years ago, I decided to capture these amazing surroundings at the right time and the best possible lighting. This was how my passion for landscape photography was born.
In my photography, the most important thing is the lighting which determines how the scenery will look like in photos. Usually, I get to the place that I’m planning to photograph at least one hour earlier before the sunrise. Watching the changing sky, I start creating compositions that I’d like to depict. If I decide to capture sunset, I normally stay a few minutes after that because the sky has more intensive colors then.
I often have to come back to the same place for several times because it’s quite difficult to take the perfect photo in the best conditions (light, gentle fog, interesting sky, clarity, plasticity of scenery). But when everything gets flawless, I know that my hard work pays off. The biggest joy of landscape photography for me is being close to nature. I love what I do and I wouldn’t change it for anything in the world.
I shoot my photos with Nikon D700 and use Nikkor 16-35/4 mm, 24-70/2.8 mm and Sigma 120-400 mm lenses. I usually take my Manfrotto 190X PROB tripod with me, too.
Some tattoos are beautiful, some interesting and creative, some just quite simply unique – there are different types of tattoo and everyone has a different preference when it comes to the sorts of tattoos that they like to see. Of course there are some particular tattoos that aren’t as unique and well appreciated in the larger tattoo community as we would like, tattoos that became a trend and a clichéd option of our generation. Such tattoos are seen every day, and requested on a rather frequent basis. What’s the dumbest or most cliché tattoo in your opinion?